Payments processor Stripe announced it would end support for bitcoin in April, citing rising transaction costs and times as two reasons for the move.
San Francisco-based payments company Stripe has officially launched its bitcoin payments integration following months of beta testing.
The New York Observer has published an article examining the turbulent history of decentralized payment startups Ripple Labs and Stellar.
Online payment solutions company Stripe's bitcoin service will come out of beta in January, the company has advised.
The payments processor examined bitcoin and weighed its potential impact on the world's payment network.
The Dublin conference closed with talks on furthering bitcoin evolution by innovating the education and banking systems.
Greg Brockman told CoinDesk that rather than replacing the existing financial infrastructure, cryptocurrencies hold promise as a unifying technology.
Stripe lead engineer Christian Anderson provides an inside look at the online payments company's bitcoin plans.
Stripe is now testing bitcoin payment support with one merchant, but has opened enrollment to more.